We look back at a year without cruising and look at what is next for the industry. Will cruise lines surve or go out of business?
Saga has announced that the COVID-19 vaccine will be mandatory on all of its cruises. Will more lines follow?
Royal Caribbean and Norwegian Cruise Line have released a document outlining what cruise will look like when it returns in 2021.
Celestyal Adds is pleased to announce that it has added Costa Cruises’ Costa NeoRomantica to its fleet.
A-ROSA Flussschiff has restarted its river cruises in France, with the first trip on the Rhone departing on 11 July 2020.
Crystal River Cruises Named Number One River Cruise Line In Travel.
Princess Cruises Announces Deployment Changes in Alaska and Europe for Summer 2021.
New measures allow their ships to cast off safely in July and August.
Celestyal Cruises Voluntarily Extends Suspension Of Cruise Operations Until 2021 Due To Ongoing Uncertainty About Travel To Europe This Summer
This Weeks Cruise News Roundup for the Week of July 8, 2020, bringing together news from accross the industry. This edition includes updates from Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Disney Cruise Line and Cunard.
Global travellers can now look ahead to a world of luxury voyages aboard the award-winning Crystal Serenity, as Crystal Cruises opens her 2023 itineraries for booking.